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to make a return just for a couple of days. 71 new york. lowe 70s southeast virginia. we have ourselves patchy fog. yesterday afternoon and last night. i thought this might be a shower trying to form here. needless to say that is probably going to stay to our north. a result of last night's storms with trees down and left over fog patches this morning. another line of storms firing up across the great lakes. it should stay farther to our northwest. because we have more moisture. it is exceptional for this time of the year, unstable and is likely to produce showers and thunderstorms. yesterday's high reached 91 in baltimore. 95 richmond. and we stay very much on the edge of the air mass. we expect temperatures going from 67 this morning close to 90 this afternoon. we tap into some of that energy. we'll be watching the mountains here, firing up showers and storms again, the possibility some do carry into the western suburbs. depending on some heat the actual wind direction will determine when these storms carry their way into baltimore. we could do it again on friday as we tap into more h
, on down to southeast virginia. heavy rain near raleigh, durham, all that stuff spreading in our direction. we'll continue to have that flow pushing to our north, it appears chilly this morning. clouds will thicken up throughout the day. we continue to watch the slug of moisture extend through the carolinas and push through florida and cuba and the caribbean. that's our general focal point. the upper level low, core of cool air continues to spill its way in. will surge to the north. indications that a developing tropical storm that could get named today as nicole races to the north and could be across the chesapeake bay, by tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. let's bring it home and check out our forecast models here, rain returning this afternoon. the bulk of the rain moves in by daybreak tomorrow. heavy rain across central maryland and towards d.c. indication of heavier moisture. that red shading could see half inch or inch for our rates with this tropical range of rain. that could be spreading across central maryland from the chesapeake into the mountains. slug of heavy rain hugs t
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